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10Apr
10Apr

Radio Warehouse, in conjunction with technology partner Sepura, has been chosen to provide secure communications for RSPCA Victoria, located in Burwood East, in Victoria, Australia.

"We’re delighted with the service we’ve received, both from Sepura and Radio Warehouse,” said RSPCA Victoria Animal Care Supervisor Heather Hesterman.
 
“The clarity of audio and breadth of coverage is far superior to anything we’ve experienced before. Clear, reliable communications will enable shelter staff to go about their daily tasks with complete confidence.”
 
The RSPCA is a non-government, community-based charity that works to prevent cruelty to animals by actively promoting their care and protection. The contract will see the existing communication system replaced with a digital radio network providing reliable coverage, crystal clear audio and safety features to protect workers.
 
“Kennels can be surprisingly noisy,” said Matt Pendergast, Sales Engineer for Sepura.
 
“The RSPCA will be using radios that offer superb audio quality, as well as noise cancelling technology, allowing staff to make and receive clear voice calls no matter how noisy the environment.
 
“The radios are robust enough to withstand the knocks and bumps inherent in such a busy environment, they’re dustproof and waterproof, and safety features such as the integral alarm will provide an additional level of staff safety.”

15Dec
15Dec

Digital vs Analogue Two Way Radios

Posted in Sales Advice By Radio Warehouse

Digital two-way radios are now more accessible than ever due to the introduction of affordable digital two-way radio models into the Australia marketplace, including Wireless Pacific GTD and Kenwood NX-340 models, putting all the benefits of digital technology within reach of most businesses, where in the past digital technology was usually only affordable to government agencies. So what are the differences between analogue vs digital two-way radio technology, and what are the main advantages and benefits of making the switch to digital? 

14Dec
14Dec


To help you make the right purchase of your two-way radio communication asset, two-way radio manufacturers have adopted the internationally recognised Ingress Protection Rating, commonly known as the "IP Rating", which provides a recognised standard for how well your radio will withstand exposure to environmental solids (usually dust) and liquids (water). This article explains everything you need to know....

11Dec
11Dec

Like the AM or FM radio in your car or home stereo, your business two-way radio can receive and broadcast on either UHF or VHF frequencies. UHF and VHF is simply the frequency band that your radio is communicating on. There are performance benefits and disadvantages of each....

23Nov
23Nov

Icom IC-M25EURO Launch

Posted in News By Radio Warehouse

IC-M25EURO is Icom's newest addition to their commercial-grade, marine radio range. Inspired by the IC-M23, the IC-M25EURO has kept the IC-M23's most popular features including 'Float'n Flash' and the IPX7 water-proof rating...

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